Launched out of Dana Point about 10:30 p.m. Friday night and made the run to Clemente in the dark. Cruised along at about 15 miles per hour in relatively flat seas on the way over. Got to the back side and started metering around. Found marks like this: So we let the glow flat falls go. Whatever it was (I'm thinking BFT with some bait in there as well, but would love to hear opinions on what these marks were) didn't want anything to do with the flat falls. The sun started coming up about 5:30, and we were still metering fish: We decided to start flying the yummie. Flew it for about 6 hours for nothing. Had about 3-4 schools of the smaller grade 40ish pound BFT pop up, but would touch a sardines. Saw a couple kelp paddies, empty. Beautiful blue water back there. 70.3 degrees in the morning that warmed up to 71+ by the afternoon. Fun day on the water, but no fish for us today. Stopped on a few paddies on the way home, but they were empty also. Such is life. We were swinging for the fences, hoping for a cow (or 2). I think they're still there. Just a matter of being the lucky one to get bit.